Follow my blog with Bloglovin We were amazed by Armenia – I guess you already know that. With the landscapes that looked like from a fairytale about dragons and princesses  that daddy told Maks, with wild nature, mystical monasteries that you could see in solitude when they make the best impression. We’ve seen quite a


It’s been almost a week since we got back from Caucasus. A week in Warsaw, full of nice meetings, riding a bike in heat and the car in traffic and pouring rain, full of work and catching up, full of Maks being happy that he got his toys, cars, jigsaw puzzles, playgrounds and little fun


Our Armenian trip is coming to an end. Unfortunately, since we really like it here and still haven’t seen everything we wanted. It’s not that bad though, since we’re going to spent 4 more days in our beloved Georgia where we plan to hang out in the wine region of Kachetia and maybe take a


Finally! After spending two days in Georgia’s capital and two more in Armenia’s capital, we decided to see the countryside! We’ve got quite a bit to drive, we’ll see if we manage to see everything we planned. Firstly, we decided to go and see the areas close to Yerevan that you can visit even if


What do you know about Armenia? How do you imagine it looks like? Poor and “third world” or similar to Poland? How does the capital of a country with only 3 million citizens look like, where the second biggest city (Gyumri) has just 150 thousand inhabitants? I guess that the opinions about Armenia vary, because


11.30 pm, Georgian time (and Armenian too)… We’re somewhere in Armenia, close to Georgian border. We just had an almost hour-long break for passport control… How did we get here and why did we choose the night train?  Yerevan. The capital of Armenia, our goal and starting point for further exploration of the country.. One